KIHEI, Maui—Kaua`i’s 14 & Under, the Kaua`i Bullfrogs, and the 17 &
Under, Ho`okahi Ikaika inline roller hockey teams repeated their victories at
the 2000 Pacific Regional Championships played here over the weekend.
Bullfrogs emerged through a six-team field unscathed, posting a 4-0 record
while the Ho`okahi Ikaika finished with a 3-0-1 record in their four-team
bracket. This is the Bullfrogs’ sixth consecutive victory in regional
Kaua`i’s 10 & Under and 12 & Under teams were
among the youngest teams in their divisions, but despite good play, could not
post any wins.
Eric Fujikawa and Ricky Riopta of the Bullfrogs were voted
co-winners of the 14 & Under MVP award while team mates Travis Taketa and
Alohi Costa were co-winners of the top goalie award.
Andy Oda of Ho`okahi
Ikaika was voted MVP in the 17 & Under division.
As regional champions,
the Kaua`i Bullfrogs and Ho`okahi Ikaika have been invited to participate in
the national championships to be held in Tampa, Florida in
Following are results of the Kaua`i teams on Maui:
Na Alakai 3, Mililani Vipers 4
Na Alakai 4, Kona Rink Rats
Na Alakai 1, Oahu Vipers 4
Na Alakai 2, Maui Jr. Whalers
12 & Under
Holomua 3, Kona Fire Eaters 7
Holomua 0, Mililani Team Hawai`i 4
Kaua`i Bullfrogs 9, Lanakila 3
Kaua`i Bullfrogs 10, Mililani Team
Kaua`i Bullfrogs 5, Mililani team Hawai`i 1
10, Lanakila 2
17 & Under
Ho`okahi Ikaika 4, Mililani Selects
Ho`okahi Ikaika 11, Maui Cane Spiders 4
Ho`okahi Ikaika 7, Oahu
Ho`okahi Ikaika 6, Mililani Selects 4
Kristen Hesse, Amanda Mayer, Bruce Perdue, Kaysie
Ota, Keala Davis, Noa Chun, Maegan Pablo, Ryder Mueller, Reid Gabrian, Rory
Marsh, Kirsten McCracken, Shaun Hashi, Treston Rego, Lea Tamura, Todd Mayer
(head coach), Jamie Pablo (as’t coach).
Ryan Swanson, Wren
Perdue, Jacob Pierce, Garren Venzon, Radd Yatogo, Joey Kido, Toby Tolentino,
Shane Shimanuki, Chase Bohn, Kyle Morgan, Daniel Labuguen, Les Drent (head
coach), Ken Pierce (as’t coach).
Travis Taketa, Ty Akama, Eric Fujikawa, Matthew Punua, Ricky Riopta, Darren
Shimanuki, Ryan Shimanuki, Cijay Tanigawa, Tyson Wakayama, Clarence Tanigawa
(head coach), Roger Akama, Lon Shimanuki (as’t coaches).
Christian Aki, Kilo Akama, Jason Wada, Andy Oda, Mika
Scanion-Givens, Justin Muraoka, Derrick Laguatan, David Laguatan, Matthew
Fujikawa, Kevin Fujimoto, Koree Nadai-Willett, Kyle Sung, John Chun, Todd Mayer
(head coach), Kimo Willett, Les Drent (assistant coaches).